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FOX News
May 3, 2012 11:00pm EDT
here to the united states. >> he was crying today. >> bill: he will be coming here i assume that. >> no. >> so you say that overseas china thumbing its nose at usenned a whole bunch of other people. >> china is poised to be the dominant power. the hedge hond in asia. today i don't know who what we would would do in china whole taiwan thing anymore. inconvenient to us. 10 years ago we would have known what we would have done. what we are seeing in south america with alliances between countries like venezuela and russia and brazil and china, the world is shifting. and the debate in our country has to be is it okay? maybe it's okay for people for america to become just another power. but if that's the case, what does that mean for american families? what does that mean for freedom? what does that mean for our ability to exercise our own rights with our own allies around the world? i think that is a real serious conversation. bill ayers stepped into it by saying it. he is cheering it i don't think most americans are cheering that fact. >> bill: the reason we are in decline not so muc
FOX News
May 4, 2012 8:00pm EDT
people would be outraged and people are supposed to be welcome in the united states of america to walk where they want to walk. but was this area a particularly dangerous area that the reporters should not have been driving through? >> i think if you look at the crime rates of the city of norfolk it is a little bit higher in that area but i want to address the race issue right off the bat because there are the facts that we know and the feelings that have been expressed and as you know bigtimes there can be a pig difference between the two things. the facts that we know is there were no racial slurs hurled at the two reporters. 16 whoung man who is 1640 was was arrested is not going to be charged with a hate crime. the feelings expressed and they have been quite loud and vehement, the feelings are that there is some racial overtone but that is conjecture and clouds over the real story here and that is safety issue for many of the residents not just in norfolk but something in a similar fashion happens across communities across the area and the other issue is with the virginian pil
FOX News
May 30, 2012 4:00am EDT
has characterized one of his prime reasons, qualification for the united states senate is his business background. therefore, it's legitimate to look for what kind of jobs he has created. the kind of jobs that he has created are part-time jobs and minimum wage jobs primarily that don't have any health insurance. now, that is not the kind of jobs that i want to create. >> in my view that attack on part-time workers not having health insurance is the height of hypocrisy. senator kennedy and his family have a multiple real estate empire across this country including the chicago merchandise mart the gel of their empire. that mart has a free cash flow of reportedly $20 million a year. senator, i'm sure you know that your workers who are part-time employees don't have health insurance there, don't you? [. [cheers and applause] >> senator, 15 seconds. >> mr. romney is a very big major difference. that is. [ laughter ] >> you don't even afford access to your part-time workers where 66 of the american people do provide it we at least provide the access and many of those part-time worke
FOX News
May 9, 2012 5:00pm PDT
for chinese products. and the result is that the united states is printing money, spending money, deficit money and it's going to china. but china. >> needs to go to china because they worked more cheaply than american workers there. >> that's right. we are free marketeers here. and "wall street journal" and others tariffs. >> but now it's not a question of their having cheaper labor. really what a tariff does. they don't call it a tariff. they call it currency adjustment. we call it manipulation. and we -- our product 40% more expensive in their country. >> bill: right. >> 40% less than ours. >> bill: what can we do to stop that? >> well, the united states should be aggressive with china and demanding a stop to it retaliatory trade agreements. retaliatory tariffs. complaints to the imf. complaints to the world trade organization. >> bill: all right. dick, thanks very much. check his book out on dick morris.com and all stores across the country. comedian john lovitz fed up with class warfare. president obama he let's them have it lovitz will be here. and then, miller will analyze
FOX News
May 1, 2012 11:00pm EDT
the republicans are doing, i care what the president of united states is doing. maryanne led me ask you, you are an advisor to a lot of political campaigns. would you have advised the president to take out this ad on one-year anniversary on the death of bin laden? >> i think the bigger point. >> bill:, no, maryanne, yes or no, would you advise him to do it? >> yes. here is why. president obama can rightfully point to the anniversary of getting bin laden because he said he would do it and he did. he went to afghanistan and he showed people he would end the war in afghanistan and he showed us tonight he would. those two are promises he made and he has kept them. now, he can go to the american people and voters and say look, i'm going to get the job done, i do just that. >> bill: that is fine, he injects romney into it. look, what you said is absolutely smart. one of the reason maryanne is smart because he went to school with me. what you said is very smart. [ laughter ] >> bill: you accentuate the positive. my administration is doing this. but he did it with a negative around romney g
FOX News
May 18, 2012 8:00pm EDT
, roll the tape. >> get this, barack obama president of the united states lives in the white house white house. we know he is not paying rent. he is worth $8 million. yep. yep. so at least his economic recovery is on track. mitt romney, barack obama is worth $8 million. you know what mitt romney says hell, i have got that on me. what? >> during a speech yesterday in ohio. joe biden criticized republicans for not understanding the middle class. in response, mitt romney is like that's ridiculous. some of my best friend's gardners are middle class. >> bill: all right. so you see where this is going. i think it's just going to get worse. there was you? poll out do you think president obama is rich. do you think mitt romney is rich? like 50-some odd percent said president obama is rich and 60 some odd percent said mitt romney is rich. there is not a big difference in most people's minds. when you get up to having, you know, net worth that are measured in the tens of millions, it all starts to get blurry. and i think the obama campaign is wasting a lot of time and making a mistake by eng
FOX News
May 22, 2012 5:00pm PDT
! he's still a man. >> you will not disrespect the president of the united states in this classroom! >> bill: how much should public schoolteachers get involved with politics in the classroom? a teacher has been suspended in north carolina for going over the line. >> whenever bush was in, everybody called him a [beep] bush. everybody did. >> bill: caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone, "the factor" begins right now. >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. who is behind the occupy wall street movement? that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. officials in chicago say they consider themselves lucky that there wasn't are more violence at the nato summit over the weekend. thousands of protesters, many aligned with the occupy movement hit the streets of the windy city determined to tell the world how much they despise nato. question -- what does income and equality and unfair economics have to do with nato? just asking. anyway, about 90 people were arrested. dozens injured including eight police officers, one of whom was stabbed. now,
FOX News
May 30, 2012 8:00pm EDT
don't know whether. see a president of the united states to me represents all the people. would you both agree with that? all the people? >> absolutely. >> would you agree with that ms. omero? >> sure. >> bill: 50% of the people say we don't don't like. barack obama, very proabortion in the sense that he wouldn't stop any stop any restrictions. wouldn't replace any restriction in illinois on it none. sat it out. that doesn't really reflect the population, ms. omero. >> well, actually that same gallup poll that you cited, three fourths said that they think abortion should be legal in some instances. >> bill: all right. so what? that's not what we are talking about. >> another quarter that said it should be legal in all -- actually more of them said a fifth said it should be legal and none. three fourths of the population of american voters said abortion should be legal in at least some instances. >> bill: that's not the issue we are talking about. the issue and i will try it with ms. johnson. it seems to be that the president does not reflect the value system of 50% of the country. >> you
FOX News
May 5, 2012 2:00am PDT
is a second issue which is, did it work? it worked. it worked and it kept the united states safe for 10 years, even if it's torture, it's probably worth doing. >> sean: in other words, because we save lives. deborah, your brother was the pilot of the american airlines flight that went into the pentagon. >> correct. >> sean: you are one of the family members, you lost a loved one that day. on 9/11. now we are going to talk to mr. rodriguez later. you know, he said that was foremost in his mind and the threat of a second wave, a third wave, something i remember colonel north said that very day on september 11 when i brewed you. what are your thoughts on all of this? >> my brother was an f-4 carrier-based fighter pilot who was waterboarded. he called it p.o.w. school. five of the pilots were exmilitary pilots and four of them might have been waterboarded as well. when i read the so-called torture memos describing the enhanced interrogation program, i wept because this administration gave our play book to the enemy. and i believe that the enhanced interrogation program, not only worked.
FOX News
May 21, 2012 11:00pm EDT
running protests all over the united states why want to know who is behind them where the money is coming from. these people showed up in washington dressed in black. they all knew where to go. they all knew what to do. it was very well coordinated. and on a personal note, on friday, i went to see a play called jesus christ super star on broadway. i had three kids with me. when i left the theater i was confronted by an occupy wall street guy who was very obnoxious came within inches of my face. i told him there were children present. he didn't care. actually chased the car down the street. that wasn't an accident. somebody had seen me going in or in the theater had texted the occupy people to chase me down. this is what is happening across the country, i think people should know about it. >> laura: ironic you were at jesus christ super star. >> what the guy wanted to do same thing what happened to washington to me. he wanted me to punch him. he wanted me to attack him. it was obvious what he was doing. the driver of the car i was in -- this guy was out of control. this is ♪ just
FOX News
May 15, 2012 11:00pm EDT
essential question, what the president of the united states is saying is that the media is demoralizing the nation. and the reason he is saying that is because is he in big trouble. >> correct. >> bill: he is going to tell now his constituents it ain't that bad. they are telling you it's that bad, the media is telling you it is, but it's not that bad. >> don't believe them. >> bill: always a subtle message to the president's words. it wasn't about barnard. it wasn't lift yourself up. they are telling you the country in a bad state. don't believe them. it's not that bad. >> don't believe them. in 2008, this man was the beneficiary of the most fawning glowing coverage of any presidential candidate. >> bill: off the charts. >> thank you. >> ever. >> through the his presidency he has been the beneficiary of that kind of glowing coverage. >> bill: positive media coverage. >> all starting to fall apart because his policies have have not worked. the country is in dire. >> bill: the media still likes him. >> the coverage is not what it was back in 2008 or even last year. >> bill: y
FOX News
May 24, 2012 8:00pm PDT
committee. congressman king, you have publicly said that the united states government outed dr. afridi, thereby leading to his prison sentence. are you standing behind that? >> yes, i do bill. several things here. one in the immediate days after the killing of bin laden had sources in the government talking about d.n.a. samples, how he wanted to compare d.n.a. then soon after that the pakistanis started to lock up various health officials and there was a story in the british papers and also in the news how the officials in our government were off the record confirming that there was a doctor used by the cia to obtain d.n.a. samples. that was two officials in the government that confirmed that. it was mcclatchey then. the worse thing though bill was earlier this year in january, leon panetta went on "sixty minutes and told how the doctor was a cia asset and working for us to obtain. >> bill: he was in custody by that time. and we called and we can't get names attached to this and i hate to do that but the administration denies what you are saying and says that the pakistanis picked up a
FOX News
May 2, 2012 11:00pm EDT
united states that believe that. >> bill: are you counting alan colmes though? come on. all you have got to do. >> i didn't believe anybody believes that romney wouldn't have done that. >> bill: they do. and then the other thing i was reminded of george bush, standing on the aircraft carrier with a big thing mission accomplished. i was thinking of lyndon johnson with light at the end of the tunnel every other week not going to back vietnam. when the president says something like a new day is dawning, the tide has turned, is he really going out there and making himself a hostage because then if the taliban has another week like they did three or four weeks ago where they go around and bomb everything in sight, including right there in the green zone, i think that he is going to have some problems. so, i think that it was a good week, but i think he overreached and it could come back to haunt him. by the way i don't agree with you about afghanistan. >> bill: do you or you don't? >> i don't. i believe that you have -- and write about this in "screwed" i believe you have to bifurcat
FOX News
May 11, 2012 8:00pm EDT
united states at your gay marriage? wouldn't it be worth it to go through the metal detector to see that. >> i'm down with it if it were me i would invite the president to my wedding for sure. >> i would ask everybody to spread the gifts around and be angry because there is no dog on the menu. >> bill: who would be. >> obama. >> bill: this is the reference to the president eating a cocker spaniel. >> a joke that might have been fresh three weeks ago. >> bill: you just recycled it here. >> why not? i'm running out of steam, arthel. >> bill: gutfeld does 10 shows where he has to talk to five people. >> can't all be winners. >> bill: my dumbest thing of the week is a winner. it's about the united nations. stay with me here. there is a special respect ator for the um. his name is james -- a college professor in arizona. the professor has said that the indians have gotten hosed in america and that's true. is he recommending that the united nations demand the u.s.a. give the bad lands and mount rushmore back to "the siox or they will sue or something? and you say arthel. >> i understand t
FOX News
May 7, 2012 11:00pm EDT
united states and one female lawyer even suggested that women at the trial wear clothing acceptable to the terrorists. joining us now from boston colonel david hunt and from washington lt. colonel ralph peters, author of the book "cain at gettysburg." both fox news analysts. colonel peters, the whole thing on saturday was preliminary. the real trial is not going to start until next year. it was a farce, right? >> it certainly was. look, these terrorists were trying to put on trial are having a ball. they are enjoying exploiting the system. their lawyers are helping them. what you are see something basically the abbey hoffman and jerry reuben with prayer rugs is a tremendous, tremendous propaganda opportunity for them military court is very afraid. they are cowered by the holder department and the administration. afraid to crackdown because they will be accused of oppression. the bottom line is, this bill, those terrorists never should have even made it to gitmo. >> bill: all right. but we have them there why can't execute them. that's not the nation we are. the waterboarding. one was s
FOX News
Apr 30, 2012 5:00pm PDT
attacks? >> well, you know, bill, these people are plotting terrorist activities against the united states, when they are engaged in executing, they are on their battlefield. they are terrorists. we engage them on their battlefield when we use drones to attack them because essentially they are like soldiers and soldiers get shot, they get bomb. think truman of hiroshima they attack people before they can attack us. the difference is once you capture people then you have to abide by some standards. we don't want to set a standard that allows people to sigh we can torture american soldiers or it fits with the laws of the united states to allow torture. that's against our not only our laws but the morality, i believe, that governs in our country. >> bill: these people aren't military people. they're a terrorist. they don't have a uniform on. they suffer in some village in pakistan and all of a sudden they are vaporized. >> actors. >> bill: they don't come under the geneva convention. we have already been through that a thousand times. they don't come after that the supreme court is basically has no
FOX News
May 8, 2012 11:00pm EDT
. there is no question the united states of america has not treated blacks well through the it history. as john adams once wrote save solid an abomination and the persecution of blacks after the civil war was almost as bad. because of that history, we are still having having trouble with equality. the media fears controversy involving black americans. even while some in law enforcement do the opposite they are very tough on young black males in particular the truth is african-americans are treated differently by the powerful. enarrest night's factor bernie goldberg says the media is ignoring the story in norfolk because of paternalism. they don't want the nation to know that a mob of young black people beat up a white woman and her date fearing it might embolden bigots. that analysis by bernie is worth thinking about. on the police front, it's hard to figure out just what norfolk police chief sharon chamber lynn is doing. her department refuses to release the 911 tape and now has to deal with the formal complaint filed by the victims. virginia authorities in richmond are searching for a wa
FOX News
May 23, 2012 5:00pm PDT
. here's where i'm coming from. the president of the united states doesn't like this capitalistic system. that's what i keep pounding. >> every negative has to be answered. bill clinton's rule with me. never sleep under the same roof with unanswered negative. his answer about batting .780 really destroys that argument. >> bill: finally, were you surprised at the network newscasts didn't -- >> -- huh-uh of course not. >> bill: that's a big story. this is going to cost american taxpayers. forget about the church versus obama. every american taxpayer is going to pay for these lawsuits going to cost tens of millions of dollars and the network newscasts doesn't report them. >> 26% of the population is catholic. bishops heads of the church sue and they don't cover it. >> bill: they don't cover it it? >> there was a poll by gallup that just came out today that showed that support for pro-choice is at an all-time low on abortion. only 41% of americans describe themselves as pro-choice. 50% say they are pro-life. that's a huge reversal. >> bill: why is that happening? do you think? >> i think the
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